Examples of peppy in a Sentence
At 75 years old, he is as peppy as ever.
a group of peppy cheerleaders
The song was a peppy little dance number.
Recent Examples of peppy from the Web
Walking down the hallway to her master bedroom, Vergie grins at the wall colors: Bright, sherbet orange, turquoise, lemon yellow and a peppy pink.
And the early stretches are energetic and larkish, deriving much of their flinty, spiky appeal from the youthful female stars' peppy, defiant personalities.
On Monday, the National Hispanic Media Coalition has scheduled a protest of the annual Oscar nominees luncheon — traditionally a peppy celebration free of the pesky and heartbreaking business of winning and losing — at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Ted describes the sound as somewhat sad, saying that even the peppy tunes have sort of a melancholy sound.
Gigi Hadid is a master of vibrant monochromatic dressing and has consistently showcased her ability to pile on shades of the same peppy hue, including millennial pink, with aplomb.
Ye olde country inns may dot the landscape in Upper Bucks, but how about a family restaurant with peppy service, decent prices, and tasty comfort food?
None matches the splash of the 2018 Stelvio, Alfa’s first SUV, drawing raves for its sport car-like handling and peppy 280 horsepower engine.
There’s a backdrop of day-glow graphics, peppy electronic music and an anxiety-producing countdown clock.
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